Neurodiversity is a concept that describes how people process information and interact with their environment in different ways.
A child who has difficulties with attention may benefit from hearing (and seeing) step-by-step directions and subsequently repeating them back to demonstrate understanding.
Youth with sensory sensitivities may be better able to tolerate loud noises in a classroom if they are given headphones to west during loud classroom activities.
These strategies help ensure that all children have access to services that promote their quality of life.
Neurodiversity Resources for Families